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Oklahoma State Plan for a Coordinated Approach to Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion

Oklahoma State Department of Health State of Oklahoma Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Oklahoma 0 0000 Report non communicable disease

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The purpose of the state plan is to identify the chronic disease-related goals, strategies, and objectives that support the priorities identified in the Oklahoma Health Improvement Plan and to focus efforts and limited resources on evidence-based or practice-based strategies with significant reach to impact chronic disease burden.

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